Insurance Price goes up once a year and basically negates pay raises
Doesnt cover enough of anything. Very costly. Not enough time to sit down and pick out a plan very rushed decision for something important
Healthcare benefits are so bad HR apologized. Don't kick in for a full year, and would be half of my take-home pay. The retirement plan is normal bad.
Best: Paid time off, three weeks off your first few years and then one additional day accrued each year up to nine. Worst: 401k, there is a match but it is next to nothing.
The healthcare is decent for the price. I love having a 401K, although the employee contribution is only $60 max a year.
CapTel does provide many benefits to its full-time employees - although some benefits don't kick in until after various periods of employment. HR is knowledgeable and helpful, and promptly notify each employee when they become eligible. Part time employees have access to the EAP program, and accrue PTO to be used in the future if they ever transition to full time status. All employees are able to receive Perfect Attendance bonuses and discounted parking rates downtown. HR does put in effort to assist individuals that come in with any issues or questions related to benefits or leave of absence.
PTO is standard heath insurance is a joke the low payed employees can not afford it. No match for 401k
PTO hours accrue quickly, and they are easy to apply to vacation, sick days, etc. Healthcare benefits are mediocre at best.
The insurance plans kind of suck but the days off is where it's at since you have a base of a thousand hours per year to take off with they also for those who can afford hours lost have LEA's or leave early approved basically getting approved to leave and take the day off though it's not as frequent to get approved on the busier days.
The health insurance is outrageously expensive. How can anybody afford it on the wages Captel pays?
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.